Prime Minister Hun Sen presided over a gala solidarity dinner attended by more than 4,000 guests from across a wide range of artistic fields at Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich Center on March 3 to celebrate the 25th National Culture Day.
This year with the theme “Youth for National Culture”, National Culture Day 2023 placed a particular focus on encouraging young people to be more actively involved in the preservation of Cambodian culture.
The prime minister said the event was important in strengthening the relationship between the government and artists to further enhance Cambodian cultural values.
Guests were presented with a sumptuous spread of food and drink, with Mattrid the exclusive beer of the gala evening.
Made with the finest ingredients and the latest technology from Europe, Mattrid Beer is refreshing and easy to drink, with a mild taste and gentle aroma.
Mattrid Beer is recognised by the Institute of Quality and Hygiene Standards in accordance with ISO 9001-2015 and ISO 22000-2018.
Headed by Lok Chumteav Oknha Sok Sopheap, Inter-Mattrid Beverage (Cambodia) Co Ltd – the brewer – is backed by 100 per cent Cambodian investment.
With $78 million invested, the company has created more than 550 jobs for Cambodians.
Inter-Mattrid Beverage celebrated its first production run on July 28, 2022, with a First Brew Ceremony presided over by Lt Gen Hun Manet, deputy commander of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, and attended by a number of other distinguished guests.